The DataSHIELD Team

DataSHIELD Leads

NameAffiliationCountryArea of Work
Professor Paul Burton (PI) Newcastle University UK PI DataSHIELD
Dr Olly Butters Newcastle University UK Infrastructure development lead
Dr Isabel Fortier McGill University Health Centre Canada OBiBa
Professor Madeleine Murtagh Newcastle University UK DataSHIELD data governance lead
Yannick Marcon Epigeny France  Opal and DSI lead

Professor Morris Swertz

University Medical Center Groningen The Netherlands EUCAN-Connect lead
Dr Becca Wilson Newcastle University UK Software sustainability lead

 


DataSHIELD software code committers

NameAffiliationCountry Area of Work
Leire Abarrategui Newcastle University UK

Statistics and Documentation

Dr Demetris Avraam Newcastle University Cyprus Statistical methodology; function development
Tom Bishop MRC Epidemiology Unit, Cambridge University UK Infrastructure & deployment
Professor Paul Burton
Newcastle University UK Statistical methodology; function development
Dr Olly Butters Newcastle University UK Infrastructure development lead
Hugh Garner Newcastle University UK Research software engineer
Yannick Marcon Epigeny France Opal and DSI
Dr Patricia Ryser-Welch Newcastle University UK Statistical methodology; Function development
Alex Westerberg Newcastle University UK Research software engineer
Dr Stuart Wheater Arjuna UK Operations
Dr Becca Wilson Newcastle University UK Software sustainability lead

 

DataSHIELD contributers to methodology, goverence, training, support etc

NameAffiliationCountryArea of Work
Professor Harald Binder MIRACUM Consortium Lead; University of Freiburg Germany Community engagement
Fredrico Bonofiglio University of Freiburg Germany Statistical methodology
Rui Camacho RECAP-Preterm, INESC TEC Portugal Statistical methodology; function developer
Dr Isabel Fortier McGill University Health Centre Canada OBiBa
Gonçalo Gonçalves RECAP-Preterm; INESC TEC Portugal Infrastructure development, deployment
Professor Juan R Gonzalez ISGlobal Spain Statistical methodology; function developer
Julian Gründner MIRACUM Consortium; FAU Germany Infrastructure development, deployment
Sido Haakma University Medical Center Groningen The Netherlands Infrastructure development, deployment
Dr Elinor Jones UCL UK Statistical methodology
Bartha M Knoppers
McGill University  Canada Ethical and legal development
Stefan Lenz MIRACUM Consortium; University of Freiburg Germany Statistical methodology; function developer
Professor Madeleine Murtagh Newcastle University UK DataSHIELD data governance lead
Dr Andrei Morgan RECAP-Preterm; INSERM; UCL France Community engagement
Jose Ornelas RECAP-Preterm; INESC TEC Portugal Infrastructure development, deployment
Angela Pinot de Moira Denmark DataSHIELD adoptor in LifeCycle
Artur Rocha RECAP-Preterm; INESC TEC Portugal Infrastructure development, deployment
Paula Silva RECAP-Preterm; INESC TEC Portugal Statistical methodology; function developer
Dr Daniela Zöller University of Freiburg; MIRACUM Consortium; GESA-Projekt Germany Statistical methodology; function developer

 

The DataSHIELD project is grateful to the prior contributions from the following individuals:

Hasan A. J. K. Al Radhi, Newcastle University
Isabelle Budin, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Yutong (Sam) Cai, Imperial College London
Professor Vincent Feretti, Ontario Institute of Cancer Research
Dr Amadou Gaye, University of Leicester, University of Bristol
Jennifer Harris, Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Dr Susan Hodgson, Imperial College London
Dr Julia Isaeva (Kutschke), Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Dr Joel Minion, University of Leicester, University of Bristol
Dr Chris Newby, University of Leicester
Dr Neil Parley, University of Bristol
Dr Anne Marie Tasse, McGill University
Dr Jonathan Tedds, University of Leicester
Professor John Thompson, University of Leicester
Dr Andrew Turner, University of Leicester, University of Bristol
Professor Edwin van den Heuvel, Eindhoven University of Technology
Dr Susan Wallace, University of Leicester
Dr Wilma Zijlema, University of Groningen